Thursday, December 24, 2009

You're getting Muffin for Christmas

I saw this project done earlier this year and have been waiting for the perfect occasion to make it. The original project is made by Nichole Heady, Cupcake Take Along. Nichole gave some awesome instructions and I think this can be used for so many occasions, and of course for anyone that likes to bake.

This year at my work place we decide to do Secret Santa for Christmas. Which was nice cause typically we don't do anything. I never did get to see the reaction of my co-worker who received this but I hope she liked it.

When I make this again there are a couple of things I would change as I though a lot of ribbon was used. I don't find that Scor tape works so well for me, but could just be the climate I live in. It is not very sticky and dries out very quickly as I find with a lot of adhesive I buy. It needs to be used right away.

Inside the pocket are brightly colored gift box icing toppers.

WhimsiDoodles; MuffinForChristmas
PAPER: Bazzill; Red, Pink
EMBELLISHMENTS: Liquid Applique; White
RIBBON: 5/8" Holiday Ribbon
TOOLS: SU!; Corners Punch, Spellbinders, Cuttlebug, Corner Rounder
SUPPLIES: Magnetic Snaps, Copics, Pop Dots, Cake Mix, Sprinkles, Frosting,
Icing Toppers

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

I made you say Underwear!

The finally of my Christmas cards for 2009. I made easel cards just for my close personal friends. How easy is it to keep a straight face for this one...LOL :)
I loved the image and new immediately who was going to get this image on their card when I saw it posted on SCS. You know when you can talk openly about underwear, you've got to be close friends!

Easel cards are definitely a favorite of mine. I love the look, the amount of paper and layers I can put onto a card. I can already see I will be taken this technique with me into 2010.

I seem to be making my easel cards 5"x5" as it is really hard to find square envelopes where I live. Only four layers on this card and I think it is self explanatory as to how I made it just by looking at it. I nestled my square Spellbinders for the verse and pop dotted everything. The panties got some added bling with iridescent glitter. I tied the easel card with this beautiful red velvet ribbon. I think all the colors go so well on this card.

I would like to Thank my followers for viewing my blog through out this past year and my regulars that have watched me progress from day 1 which was almost 9 years ago. Wow time flies. I hope to have many of my goals achieved in 2010...

As most of you know it has not been a easy year for many of us and a learning experience for me as once you get old things are not simple as they once were. I suffered a great loss in my life in November, my Granny passed away. Many of these goals she wanted to see me accomplish and I'm going to try really hard to get there.

Also Known As "I Had a Dream"

One night I dreamed a dream.
I was walking along the beach with my Lord. Across the dark sky flashed scenes from my life. For each scene, I noticed two sets of footprints in the sand, one belonging to me and one to my Lord.

When the last scene of my life shot before me I looked back at the footprints in the sand. There was only one set of footprints. I realized that this was at the lowest and saddest times of my life. This always bothered me and I questioned the Lord about my dilemma.

"Lord, You told me when I decided to follow You, You would walk and talk with me all the way. But I'm aware that during the most troublesome times of my life there is only one set of footprints. I just don't understand why, when I need You most, You leave me."

He whispered, "My precious child, I love you and will never leave you, never, ever, during your trials and testings. When you saw only one set of footprints, It was then that I carried you."

Margaret Fishback Powers, 1964

STAMPS: Whimsiedoodles; Digital Stamp Underwear for Christmas. Studio G; Holiday Clear Stamp
PAPER: SU! Glorious Green, American Crafts; Merrymint. Bazzill; Tropical, Red
Iridescent Glitter
RIBBON: Red Velvet Ribbon
TOOLS: SU!; Photo Corners Punch, Small Oval Punch, Scallop Oval Punch. Spellbinders Square & Square Scallop. Cuttlebug
SUPPLIES: Copics, Pop Dots

Monday, December 14, 2009

Snow Friend like You...

Another easel card, I think these look so nice. Though they are a lot of work to make. The image is Snowfriends, a digital image from WhimsieDoodles.

A close up of the snow people as I pop dotted their scarfs and added flowersoft for some snow texture.

STAMPS: Whimsiedoodles; Snowfriends
INK: Versamark; Dazzle
PAPER: SU!; Baja Breeze. Bazzill; Ruby Slipper. SEI; Winter Song. Heidi Grace Designs; Frost Blvd/Snowflake Garden
EMBELLISHMENTS: Flowersoft; Polarwhite
RIBBON: American Crafts; Spring, Fall, Red & White Stripes
TOOLS: Cuttlebug, Spellbinders, Sewing Maching, Bow-Easy
SUPPLIES: Copics, Pop Dots, EkSuccess Border Punch

Saturday, December 5, 2009

Penguin Muffin Top

My first easel card, OMG is this ever busy looking for me. And also my first time using a digital stamp! I was not sure what paper to use as sometimes when coloring on deskjet ink it bleeds but this didn't with my Copic markers so it must be because of the paper I used, (my favorite) Gina K Luxury Paper.

I also learned while making this card that Liquid Applique can go bad, when I took it out of the drawer the bottle had a dark brown liquid like it had seperated. I shook up the bottle best I could and my white is now on the tan side. When I used the liquid applique it did come out a tan color and this is why I sprinkled glitter on top of it to hide it a bit.

Whimsie Doodles; Penguin Muffin Top. Michael's $1.50.
Bazzill; Tropical. MME; Wonderful Winter
Copic Markers
Liquid Applique, Iridescent glitter. Elastic Cord; Silver. Button.
Grossgrain; Red.
TOOLS: Circle Punches; 1 3/4", 3/4". Ticket Punch. Ek Success; Scallop Diamond Border Punch.
Spellbinders; Label 4. Cuttblebug. Mini Sewing Machine.

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Figgy Pudding Favor's

I saw this little favor on SplitCoastStampers over a year ago and asked the creator Juliana if she would share her pattern and kindly she did. My projects never look the same but I am not always try to CASE all the time too as I have my own style just need a little inspiration from somebody else to get going.

I first traced and cut the pattern out then versamark stamped the swirl design onto the mocha paper. I used the FaLaLa Slice cartridge to cut out the holly and mistletoe shape and added green glitter to the outside edges. Punched a scallop circle out of white cardstock and sponged the edges with Close to Cocoa ink. Inside the favor is 1 Ganong Cafe Chocolate Belgin Chocolate... individually wrapped of course :) Then folded up the favor and attached the scallop circle and double punched the wholes and inserted the red ribbon and tied closed. Punched out the red berries and added a shadow with white ink, and punched out the branch. A lot of work for these tiny holders, but they sure turned out cute.

LYB; Baby Safari-Boy
PAPER: Bazzill; Mocha Divine
INK: Veramark, SU!; Close to Cocoa
1/8" Red Ribbon
TOOLS: MS; Branch Punch, SU!; Scallop Punch. 1/16"& 1/8" Circle Punch. Corner Rounder
SUPPLIES: Slice; FaLaLa. Green Glitter Pen, White Pen

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Magic Stacking Box

I always find it so interesting how I come upon many of the projects that I do. This one in particular I was looking at a completely different project and found a link (Life As Lou) that lead me to this site where instantaneously I fell in love with the design of this box. Though the assembly of the box was fairly easy, the repetitive work of tracing, scoring, cutting and gluing were very time consuming.

PAPER: S.E.I.; Alpine Frost. Bazzill Assort Cardstock
EMBELLISHMENTS: Autumn Leaves; Tidings Die Cut Tags. Acetate Snowflake
RIBBON: American Crafts; Black Gingham
TOOLS: Scor-Pal, Cuttlebug, SU! Tag Punch
SUPPLIES: Basic Grey; Magnetic Snaps

Friday, October 30, 2009

Dracula Goodie Box

Super cute goodie box. I had seen this character box by Tammy of Dream, Create, and Share. I just needed to make this as it brought a friend of mine to mind. It only took me an evening to make. I put Lindor chocolates inside to make it complete.

Light Purple, Red, Black, White
INK: Black
TOOLS: Cuttlebug
SUPPLIES: 1" Circle Punch, 3/4" Circle Punch, SU TopNote, Triangle Punch, SU Tag Punch, 1/16 Circle Punch, Wire, Copic, White Pen, Black Pen, Pop Dots

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Who Who, Thank You

Now the finale and my favorite card, 4 of 4! I am still on an owl kick. This turned out simple yet cute, and I loved the end result. By the fourth card I am now starting to run out of paper as I really like to layer up my cards. I put liquid crackle on the owls eyes and it looks really cool.

STAMPS: Stampendous; Owl Friends. M's $1.50
PAPER: Basicgrey; Wisteria
INK: Versafine; Black Onyx. Versamark
EMBELLISHMENTS: Button, Elastic Cord
RIBBON: American Crafts; Cocoa Gingham
TOOLS: Cuttlebug
SUPPLIES: Copic's, Spellbinders, Pop Dots

Monday, October 12, 2009

Out on a Limb

Card 3 of 4! I sponged the background for the sky, the picture does not do justice as it really looks fantastic. I popped out the black bird with dimensionals. I really liked the Mojo sketch, but my end result I was not happy with.

PAPER: Basicgrey; Wisteria
INK: Versafine; Onyx Black. Colorbox; Purple, Brown
RIBBON: Dollarstore
TOOLS: Cuttlebug

Wisteria Angel

Card 2 of 4! I colored this beautiful image of an angel with copic markers. Copic's are my favorite to color with and the more practice the better you get and you will find what technique you are best at. I choose to leave this card blank and add a sentiment as a later date when needed as it could be used for so many occasions.

Inkadinkado; Angels
PAPER: Basicgrey; Wisteria. Cardstock
INK: Versafine; Onyx Black. SU!; Perfect Plum
TOOLS: Cuttlebug, Spellbinders
SUPPLIES: CB; Script Texture. Pop Dots

Smiling Mummy

It has been a very long time since I last blogged. Where does the time go and why are the weeks flying by so fast. Seems like I am never getting one particular project ever completed to my satisfaction.

This is 1 of 4 cards that I made for the September card contest at our local scrap booking store. The goal of this contest is to create four cards with the five sheets of card stock and designer papers given, you are allowed to use any form of embellishments, and technique of your choice.

STAMPS: M's $1.50 Stamps
PAPER: Basicgrey; Wisteria Line.
INK: Versafine; Onyx Black
TOOLS: Spellbinders, CB Herringbone, White Flock.
SUPPLIES: Pop Dots, Cuttlebug, Corner Rounder.

Sunday, August 9, 2009

Back to School Backpack

Monday's technique challenge on Splitcoast Stampers the Backpack Box TLC232. Super cute little bag, though there were times it was a challenge to tape it together. I love the print of this designer paper by Imaginisce. When I saw the challenge I knew I wanted to use this line!

Here is a side view:

Here is a back view:
Imaginisce; Teacher's Pet (No) Passing Notes, My New Pencil Box.
RIBBON: 3/8" Red Grosgrain
TOOLS: Scor-Pal, Big Bite, Exacto Knife.
SUPPLIES: Terrifically Tacky Tape, Eyelets, 1/2" Magnetic Snap, Glue Dot.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Snowman Filigree

I had a hard time finding my mojo for this weeks MOJO98 sketch. I loved the color combination, CC223 from a few weeks ago and when I started assembling this card I found the end result of the card was simple, a bit too simple, and usually I don't like simple. This was the first time I used a new ink by Autumn Leaves formulated for clear stamps. It stamped nice but did not stay wet long enough for embossing powder to stick, so I guess this was a lesson learned that Stampology Ink for me is not a pigment ink.

Inkadinkado; Holiday Filigree.
PAPER: SU!; Baja Breeze, Ruby Red, White. Heidi Grace; Frost Blvd/ Snowflake Garden. Cloud9Design; Have a Holly Jolly Christmas. Acetate.
INK: Autumn Leaves; Stampology Turquise.
RIBBON: Adhesive Backed Ribbon
TOOLS: Martha Stewart Snowflake Punches.
SUPPLIES: Cuttlebug, Spellbinders; Classic Scallop Circle, Classic Circle .

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Tree of Life

Mojo Monday's Sketch I used for this sympathy card. I had a very hard time stamping with this clear acrylic stamp as the center of the image would not stamp onto the paper. But after the forth attempt I ended up flipping it all over and rubbing the back of the paper and finally the whole image printed.

Stampendous; Encouraging Words. Inkadinkado; Utopiary.
PAPER: SU!; Chocolate Chip, Certainly Celery. Daisy Bucket; In the Meadow Ella, Finley. BoBunny; Alissa Spunky.
INK: Versafine; Vintage Sepia.
EMBELLISHMENTS: Recollection Gemstone Brads.
TOOLS: Cuttlebug, Paper Piercer.
SUPPLIES: Spellbinders; Classic Circle, Classic Circle Scallop. SU!; Photo Corners Punch. Clear Embossing Powder. CB; Swiss Dots.

Sunday, July 19, 2009

One for the dogs!

I liked this sketch so much I decided to use it twice and make a dog card also with the Mojo Monday Sketch(Mojo95).

STAMPS: Recollections; Woof Woof.
PAPER: DCWV Card Base; Brown. Bazzill C/S; Orange, Lime Green. DPS: BoBunny Pet Shop Words. Moxxie; Cannine Chaos.
INK: Versafine Onyx Black. Copic Markers.
EMBELLISHMENTS: Lime Green Rhinestones.
RIBBON: Grosgrain Brown.
TOOLS: SU! Scallop Oval Punch, Small Oval Punch. Spellbinders; Rectangle Scallop, Rectangle. Cuttlebug.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Right, Meow!

The new clear acrylic stamps arrived at work & right away when I put this stamp set out I knew it was going to be coming home with me after work. I came home and inked this baby up right away. I used the Mojo95 sketch for this week for my design. The colors were easy, as long as they are bright I'm bound to use them. I dove into my collection of papers and used some paper that I have been hording.

Recollections; Meow Meow.
PAPER: DCWV Card Base, Citrus Matstack DP. Doodlebug Design; Baby Boy Bubbles.
INK: Versafine Onyx Black. Copic Markers.
EMBELLISHMENTS: Turquoise Rhinestones.
RIBBON: American Crafts Spring Ribbon.
TOOLS: SU! Scallop Oval Punch, Small Oval Punch. Spellbinders; Rectangle Scallop, Rectangle. Cuttlebug.

Saturday, June 27, 2009

Thanks So Much

I made this card in one of my SU! monthly stamp night meets. My Niece had called me and needed a card to give to her Teacher for an end of the year gift. So I stamped the Thanks so much on the front of the card and added a Happy Retirement verse on the inside.
The ribbon frame was used on the center of the card and the rick rack was made using the SU! scallop edge punch, which gave the card a cool effect that looks like fabric and really it's paper.

SU!: Sincere Salutations, Priceless
PAPER: SU!: DP Unknown, Whisper White, Chocolate Chip
INK: SU!: Close to Coca, Regal Rose
RIBBON: 1/4" Sheer White
TOOLS: SU!: Scallop Edge, Ticket Punch
SUPPLIES: Exacto Knife, Pop Dots

Friday, June 19, 2009

Owl be there

Now I could totally get this cute little guy tattooed on me...(Mom, what do you think about that?) And yet another Forest Friends critter from the Greeting Farm set. Not much to report on this card, pretty simple layout. I hope you have enjoyed viewing all four of my cards I made for the June Card Contest. Maybe I'll win this month, but if I don't it's all good. No matter what I still stress over making four cards anyways. Thanks for stopping by, don't forget to follow my blog!! ~Krysta~

Greeting Farm; Forest Friends.
PAPER: Fancy Papers by Jackie Eckles. Bazzill; Olive. Coordinates: Brown, Baby Blue.
INK: Colorbox; Brown, Gold. Copic Markers.
TOOLS: SU; Scallop Border Punch. Paper Piercer. Spellbinders; Classic Rectangle, Scallop Rectangle.
SUPPLIES: Clear Embossing Power. Cuttlebug.

Nuts about You...

Card 3 of 4 for the June Card Contest at the local scrap booking store. I love all the layering and pop dots I used to assemble this card. It just wouldn't be my style if I did not have those two essential techniques. For this challenge we were giving three sheets of card stock and three sheets of designer paper, and are able to add any embellishments that we want too.

Greeting Farm; Forest Friends.
PAPER: Fancy Papers by Jackie Eckles. Bazzill; Olive. Coordinates; Brown, Baby Blue.
INK: Versafine: Sepia. Colorbox Chalk; Dragonfly. Copic Markers.
TOOLS: Corner Punch, Piercing Tool.

Deer Friend

I could not wait to receive this stamp set and when I finally did I had to ink them up right away. This set if from Greeting Farm, Forest Friends. This is 1 of the 4 cards for my submission for the June Card Contest at our local scrap booking store.

Greeting Farm; Forest Friends. SU; Trendy Trees.
PAPER: Fancy Papers; Papa by Jackie Eckles. Bazzill; Olive Green. Coordinates; Baby Blue.
INK: SU; Close to Cocoa, Old Olive. Colorbox Chalk; Blackbird. Copic Markers.
EMBELLISHMENTS: MM; blue brads. DMC; Champagne Metallic Floss.
TOOLS: SU; Oval Scallop Punch, Small Oval Punch, Top Note Die Cut. Textured Ruler.
SUPPLIES: Pop Dots, Paper Piercer, Gold Metallic Pen.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Reach for the Stars

Here is card 2 out of 4 for June's Card Contest. No reason or rhyme behind this card, I just wanted to use my rocket stamp. I used the slice to cut out the shape of the Earth. This is how the paper was printed and just by chance the image turned out really good. Simply put together, I pop dotted the star design with light blue panel and the rocket. The sentiment banner is wavy but hard to tell by the picture, I also raised the chipboard star. You can never use enough pop dots I just love them!!!

Scrappy Cat; Inspirations. Sandylion; Baby Boy.
PAPER: Fancy Paper Papa by Jackie Eckles. CS; babyblue, Chocolate, Olive Green.
INK: Colorbox; Black, Brown. Copic Markers.
EMBELLISHMENTS: Chipboard; Renne Baby Boy.
TOOLS: Slice, Piercing Tool.

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Graduation Card

For as simple as this card looks it was not very simple for me to come up with the idea. It was the earth and trying to remember this is to be a masculine card. I made this card for a co-worker's son who is graduating with a degree that deals with satellites.

Close to my heart; Graduation.
PAPER: Bazzill; Black, White, Dark Grey.
INK: Colorbox; Black.
EMBELLISHMENTS: Jolee's; Solor System. MM; Black Brads.
TOOLS: Spellbinders; Classic Oval, Classic Oval Scallop.
SUPPLIES: Cuttlebug.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Wisteria Tri Shutter Card

Here is my attempt for Monday's, try a new technique at Splitcoast Stampers TLC221 Tri Shutter Card for last week. I new when I saw the design of the card I wanted to use my newly purchased Basicgrey Wisteria line.
I made this card for Carla, a co-worker of mine. I knew she would love it the minute she saw it as I made sure it had butterflies and flowers on it.
STAMPS: Basicgrey; Dragonfly. Stampin Up; Sincere Salutations. Close to my Heart; Treasure Life.
PAPER: CS; Bazzill. Basicgrey; Wisteria.
INK: Tim Holtz; Dusty Concord. Versafine; Black. Copic Markers.
EMBELLISHMENTS: Basicgrey; Wisteria Chipboard Stickers.
TOOLS: Spellbinders; Classic Scallop Ovals, Classic Ovals.
SUPPLIES: Kaleidoscope Embossing Powder.

Sunday, May 10, 2009

My April Card Contest Submission

These are my cards that I submitted for the April card contest at our local scrapbook store, Scrappin Your Way . The rules for the card contest is to provide four cards with only the papers provided as well as any of your own embellishments.

Monday, April 6, 2009

Love the Citrus Colours!

Hey everyone, well how about that two posts done in one week! Tonight I decided to challenge myself and make AND complete a single card in one hour with no sketch at all. So this meant I couldn't be fussy like I typically am. I purchased this new matstack and dove right into it as it has all my favorite colours (aka anything bright!)

PAPER: DCVW; Citrus Matstack, Lime Card base.
EMBELLISHMENTS: Prima; Paper Flowers. Recollections; Brads. MM; Rub-0n's.
RIBBON: Dollar Store.
TOOLS: Cuttlebug, Paper piercer. SU!; Top Note Die Cut. EK Success Punch; Scallop Diamond.

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Bunny Basket

As always it usually takes me forever to finish a project and once again it did. I spent 9 days making this cute little guy, durning my free time in the evenings. He was suggested to me by my dear friend, Juanita. Who so graciously sent me the link to view him! He is CASEd, though I totally changed him up from the two originally versions.

Here is a closer view, everything is pop dotted;

PAPER: Bazzill; White, Rose.
INK: Colorbox; Pink.
RIBBON: Dashes, Dots n Checks; Light Pink.
TOOLS: Punches; Wide Oval, Large Oval, Circle(s), Heart, Top Note Diecut. CB; Swiss Dots, Flower Dies.
SUPPLIES: Stamens, Pop Dots, Glitter Pen, White Pen.

Sunday, March 15, 2009

Giftcard Holder {Seize the CuPcAkE}

This is such a cute tiny little card, it took me all day to make and wow is it ever heavy! First I made a mock template to see how this would all work together then I created the good version. I am adding this to my girlfriend's birthday card, this is a gift card holder and more my style of card making...
The gift card holder base is made out of light blue cs, then the middle was punched out with the word punch and circle punch to make the opening for the gift card to fit inside and the back inside edges are glued. I then framed all the inside areas with light pink cs, and layered them with the designer papers. Added ribbon and a sentiment, and used the oval punch punches. For the front of the card I stamped my cupcake image, and colored it with copics, cut it out, added the liquid applique and glitter on top of it while it's wet, and hit it with the heat gun to watched it puff up. And last but not least gave it a heart gem rhinestone on top for some bling.

STAMPS: Maya Road; Cupcakes.
PAPER: Bazzill; Light Blue, Light Pink, Lime Green. Doddlebug Design; 937 Summer Stripe. Chatter Box; Butter Dots. SU!; Whisper White.
INK: Versafine; Onyx Black.
RIBBON: Sugar n' Spice.
TOOLS: EK Success Punch. Marvy; Circle Punch. SU!; Word Punch, Large Punch, Small Punch.
SUPPLIES: Copics, Liquid Applique, MS; Gemstone Heart, Irridescent Glitter, Flower Brads.

Simple, I can do it! 3x3 Inchie!

I didn't think I could do it but this is as simple as I can get. Even createing a 3x3 inchie was hard enough for me to do. I'm kinda on a {cupcake, owl, monkey, baby} kick lately and thought this would be a nice birthday card for my girlfriend at work for whom I must share and show all new items that come in. She creates just wonderful simple cards and I find I need to color and layer everything, and have some form of business in my style of cards. Thanks for looking...


STAMPS: Maya Road Clear Stamps; Cupcakes. Stampendous Perfectly Clear; Hey There Cupcake.
PAPER: Bazzill; Pink. Watercolor.
INK: Versafine; Vintage Sepia.
EMBELLISHMENTS: Heart Rhinestone.
SUPPLIES: Clear EB, Gelly Roll Sakkura; Silver. EK Success Punch; 5 Petal Flower. Dimensional Pop Dots.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Upsy Daisy - Happy Birthday

This was my first get together with my new SU! group, and man can you tell I had fun. My card looks awesome, so that means it's good enough to blog AND to pass on to a deserving friend. I think my dearest friend Shirley (aka Group Demostrator) designed a beautiful card for this months get together. Great colors, great stamps & to top it off, I even learned a new technique... Wowzers!! {Happy Dance}

First off cut your whisper white and certainly celery out using the top note die cut. Trim away the preforated line of the white top not die cut, and stamp your upsy daisy image close to the top. Also leave enough room at the bottom of your white die cut to add your sentiment near the bottom.

Place some ribbon around the white top note, 1st layer is white organza, 2nd layer is pink & 3rd layer is silver elastic cording. I took my white top note die cut and pop dotted it only my certainly celery top note.

Here is a closer look:

Next, using the background image pretty petals. Color the different images using SU! Markers, then stamp a piece of whisper white paper. The backgroup image was then glued onto a piece of certainly celery and attached to the base of your card.

For the embellishment, the butterfly image was stamped with versamark ink and embossed with silver embossing on silver paper. Punched out with the 1" circle punch, and pop dotted onto 1 1/4" circle punch of certainly celery. Some pink ribbon is glued to the back and I pop dotted my embellishment onto the front of the card. {I love those pop dots}

STAMPS: Upsy Daisy, Pretty Petals, Happy Everything, Flight of the Butterfly.

PAPER: Pink Pirouette, Certainly Celery, Whisper White, Silver.
INK: Regal Rose, Mellow Moss, Versamark.
TOOLS: Big Shot Die-Cut Machine. Top Note, 1" & 1 1/4" Circle Punch.
SUPPLIES: Markers, Pop Dots, Elastic Cord, Ribbon, Sponge. Silver EP.